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WestyFest, the city’s annual late summer celebration, returns to City Park on Aug. 12 this year with the same fun, games, music and food but with a little different organization. “It’s a little different,” said Rich Neumann, marketing and … more
Glass artist Corey Silverman, is used to creating special items at the request of his clients. But when Rich Neumann, marketing and outreach supervisor for Westminster’s Parks and Recreation department, walked into the studio last year, … more
Long before there was a Westminster, there was a Westminster Presbyterian Church. And for the church’s congregation, 125 years is something to celebrate. “One hundred and twenty-five is a big deal in Westminster, and that’s why we want … more
A Denver-based deli and fresh food market, Marczyk Fine Foods, plans to open its third location in downtown Westminster in 2018. The company announced plans to build a 9,000-square-foot store, with a full-service fresh grocery, wine, liquor and … more
A pet store in Westminster has been raising funds for the team that rescues people trapped in avalanches. Chuck and Don’s, 4550 Main St. in Westminster, is collecting donations for Colorado Rapid Avalanche Deployment (C-RAD). Based in Summit … more
Westminster resident Davery Ibuado puts baseball at the top of his summer weekend “things to do” list as he joins more than 1,000 metro-area men participating in about 80 Denver Amateur Baseball Association teams. “I played baseball in high … more
Two new replacement water tanks atop Gregory Hill will keep water flowing to homes in the higher-elevation, lower-water-pressure parts of the city, according to Westminster Utilities Engineering Manager Stephen Grooters. “These tanks, the city … more
An annual event aimed at getting commuters out of their cars and on to bicycles is all about changing behavior in the nicest way possible. “The people who make the trip regularly, they already know they can do it,” said Amy Yarger, … more
City officials may say the right words when it comes to affordable housing, but members of We Organize Westminster said there’s not a lot of follow-through. A group of 50 community organizers and residents rallied in Westminster Center Park — … more
The clock is ticking for a new grocery store to cash in on financial incentives from the city. Vern Tharp, president of Local Foods Campus, Inc., said it’s an aggressive schedule to be open in September, but is confident it can happen. The … more
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